10 Sites That Pay You Money For Things You’re Already Doing For Free

How much time do you spend on the Internet every day?

 

An hour? (yeah right!)

 

Two? Three? Five?

 

If you’re using search engines, surfing the web, watching videos, playing games or doing one of a dozen other activities – you could be earning a little extra money for your time. I’ve looked through a lot of the sites, many of which are listed on our epic post of 276+ confirmed sites and pulled out ten of the best. These names may be new but many of them are owned by major corporations you’ve heard of.

 

Here are 10 sites that pay you money for doing things you’re already doing for free!

IBT Forum

With IBTforum, you can double your hustle this 2020! even if you are earning a lot of money on your current system that work. Excess money doesn’t kill! Join ibtforum, do your part and also you can invite as much people you can to join us and earn more money. Referral is absolutely optional. See full details and how it works here

Survey Junkie

Do you like taking surveys and getting paid? If so, Survey Junkie is for you because that’s all they do. No games, things to download, offers to sign up for and cancel — just surveys. They pay you in points that are easily converted into cash via PayPal or digital gift cards (many vendors, including Amazon and Target) you can spend easily. It’s one of our readers’ favorite sites and one of the most popular.

Swagbucks

One of the biggest reward sites (they’ve paid out nearly $160 million), they pay you Swagbucks (worth a penny each) for answering surveys, surfing the web, shopping, using search, watching videos, playing games, and more. You turn your earned Swagbucks into cash or gift cards (300 SB = $3 Amazon gift card) and you get a $5 sign up bonus to start.

InboxDollars

A rewards site that pays out cash for answering surveys, watching videos, surfing the web, shopping, and more. The big difference is that you get paid in cash, no converting into gift cards here, and you can also earn for reading emails (and clicking a link inside them). If you want to learn a lot more about them, you can read our review of InboxDollars or just sign up and start earning!

MyPoints

As old as the Internet itself, MyPoints is a cashback shopping portal that pays you back when you spend with their partners. To start, they will give you a $10 gift card when you spend $20 with a qualified partner.

Vindale Research

Vindale Research pays out up to $50 per survey and has paid out over $5 million. You review different products, answer online surveys, and you can keep the products that you review. IN addition to these surveys, you can also earn rewards for watching videos and reading email. Vindale has been in business since 2004.

Ibotta

You buy groceries right? If you’re willing to add a step to your process, you can get cash back on your supermarket purchases by downloading the Ibotta app. You load up rebates by doing simple tasks (answering one question surveys, reading recipes, etc.) and then cash them in by taking a photo of your receipt. New users get an extra $10 after their first redemption.

National Consumer Panel

National Consumer Panel (NCP) is a partnership between Nielsen (the TV and radio ratings company) and IRi (a massive market research company) that collects consumer shopping behavior. When you sign up to be a panelist, you may be sent (based on eligibility) a scanner or access to their phone app. Then, scan everything you buy to earn rewards. You’re going to buy it anyway, you might as well earn some rewards for it!

Bing Rewards

Bing, Microsoft’s search engine, has a rewards program! You can earn points in a variety of ways, including searching the web using Bing, using Microsoft Edge as your browser, shopping at the Windows Store, and earning various other bonus points each day for quizzes and searches. You can convert those points into gift cards and sweepstakes entries.

UserTesting

If you have a computer, camera, and microphone, you can test websites for $10 a pop. Testing a website takes 20 minutes and consists of reading a script, so you understand what you’re doing, and then performing some activity on a website as you speak your thoughts out loud. Those activities include shopping for a product (you don’t actually buy anything, you just go through the steps), looking up information, and other typical website tasks.

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  6. I think I find this post very useful and beneficial
    to all. Cause most of this things we don’t
    even know about it. Let’s learn to share
    to those who don’t know about it. No
    knowledge is a waste…….,,,,,,,,

  7. This article is wonderfully written,You can be so
    creative if you’re ready to be an autonomous And
    using power of social media can really improve or
    elevate your business. The platform is so elevating.

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